Phillip, Le Roy. Bibliography of The Writings of Henry James. 1906. [Complete record of Jamess various publications between 1864 and 1906.]
Cary, Elisabeth Luther. The Novels of Henry James. 1905. [Chronological list by King, Frederick A.]
West, Rebecca. Henry James. 1916. [Bibliographies of first editions.]
II. COLLECTED WORKS
Collection of Novels and Tales. 14 vols. London, 1883. Novels and Tales. New York. 26 vols. London and New York, 190717. Uniform ed., London, 191516.
III. SEPARATE WORKS
A Passionate Pilgrim, and Other Tales. Boston, 1875.
Transatlantic Sketches. Boston, 1875.
Roderick Hudson. Boston, 1876. [Atlantic, Jan. to Dec., 1875.]
The American. Boston, 1877. [Atlantic, June, 1876 to May, 1877.]
Watch and Ward. Boston, 1878. [Atlantic, Aug. to Dec., 1871.]
French Poets and Novelists. London, 1878.
The Europeans. A Sketch. 2 vols. London, 1878. Boston, 1879. [Atlantic, July to Oct., 1878.]
Daisy Miller. A Study. 1879. [Cornhill Magazine, June and July, 1878.]
An International Episode. 1879. [Cornhill Magazine, Dec., 1878, and Jan., 1879.]
Daisy Miller: A Study. An International Episode. Four Meetings. London, 1879. 2 vols. [Four Meetings, Scribners, Nov., 1877.]
The Madonna of the Future and Other Tales. London, 1879. 2 vols.
Hawthorne. (English Men of Letters.) London, 1879. New York, 1880.
The Diary of a Man of Fifty and A Bundle of Letters. 1880.
Confidence. 2 vols. Boston, 1880. London, 1880. [Scribners, Aug., 1879, to Jan., 1880.]
Washington Square. 1881. [Cornhill Magazine, June to Nov., 1880, and Harpers, July to Dec., 1880.]
Washington Square. The Pension Beaurepas. A Bundle of Letters. London, 1881. 2 vols.
The Portrait of a Lady. London, 1881. 3 vols. [Macmillans, Oct., 1880, to Nov., 1881, and Atlantic, Nov., 1880, to Dec., 1881.]
Daisy Miller: A Comedy. [Privately printed.] 1882. Boston, 1883. [Atlantic, Apr. to June, 1883.]
The Siege of London, The Pension Beaurepas, and The Point of View. Boston, 1883.
Portraits of Places. London, 1883.
Tales of Three Cities. Boston and London, 1884. [The Impressions of a Cusin, Century, Nov. and Dec., 1883; Lady Barberina, ibid., May to July, 1884; A New England Winter, ibid., Aug. and Sept., 1884.]
Notes on a Collection of Drawings by M. George du Maurier, Exhibited at the Fine Arts Societys, 148 New Bond Street. 1884.
A Little Tour in France. Boston, 1885. [As En Provence, Atlantic, July to Nov., 1883, and Feb., Apr., May, 1884.]
Stories Revived. London, 1885. 3 vols.
The Bostonians. A Novel. London, 1886. 3 vols. [Century, Feb., 1885, to Feb., 1886.]
The Princess Casamassima. A Novel. London and New York, 1886. 3 vols. [Atlantic, Sept., 1885, to Oct., 1886.]
The Reverberator. London and New York, 1888. 2 vols. [Macmillans, Feb. to July, 1888.]
The Aspern Papers. Louisa Pallant. The Modern Warning. London and New York, 1888. 2 vols.
Partial Portraits. London and New York, 1888.
A London Life. The Patagonia. The Liar. Mrs. Temperley. London and New York, 1889.
The Tragic Muse. Boston and New York, 1892. 2 vols. [Atlantic, Jan., 1889, to May, 1890.]
Catalogue of a Collection of Drawings by Alfred Parsons, R. I. With a Prefatory Note by Henry James. London, 1891.
The Lesson of the Master. The Marriages. The Pupil. Brooksmith. The Solution. Sir Edmund Orme. New York and London, 1892.
The Real Thing and Other Tales. New York and London, 1893.
The Private Life. Lord Beaupré. The Visits. 1893.
The Wheel of Time. Collaboration. Owen Wingrave. 1893.
Picture and Text. 1893.
Essays in London and Elsewhere. London, 1893.
Theatricals. Two Comedies: Tenants. Disengaged. London and New York, 1894.
Theatricals. Second Series. The Album. The Reprobate. London, New York, 1895.
Terminations. The Death of the Lion. The Coxon Fund. The Middle Years. The Altar of the Dead. New York, London, 1895.
Embarrassments. New York and London, 1896. Embarrassments. The Figure in the Carpet. Glasses. The Next Time. The Way It Came. London, 1896.
The Other House. New York and London, 1896. 2 vols. London, 1896.
The Spoils of Poynton. Boston and New York, London, 1897. [As The Old Things, Atlantic, Apr. to Oct., 1896.]
What Maisie Knew. Chicago and New York, 1897. [Chap Book, 15 Jan., to 1 Aug.; New Review, Feb. to July, 1897.]
In the Cage. Chicago and New York, London, 1898.
The Two Magics. The Turn of the Screw. Covering End. New York and London, 1898.
The Awkward Age. A Novel. New York and London, 1899. [Harpers Weekly, 1 Oct., 1898, to 7 Jan., 1899.]
The Soft Side. New York and London, 1900.
The Sacred Fount. New York and London, 1901.
The Wings of the Dove. 1902. 2 vols.
The Better Sort. New York, London, 1903.
The Ambassadors. A Novel. New York and London, 1903. [North American Review, Jan. to Dec., 1903.]
William Wetmore Story and His Friends. From Letters, Diaries, and Recollections. Edinburgh and London, Boston, 1903. 2 vols.
The Golden Bowl. 2 vols. 1904.
English Hours. Boston and New York, London, 1905.
The Question of Our Speech. The Lesson of Balzac: Two Lectures. Boston and New York, 1905.
The American Scene. New York and London, 1907.
Views and Reviews, Now First Collected. Introduction by Le Roy Phillips. Boston, 1908.
Italian Hours. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell. New York and London, 1909.
The Altar of the Dead. The Beast in the Jungle. The Birthplace, and Other Tales. New York, London, 1909.
The Finer Grain. London and New York, 1910. [The Velvet Glove, English Review, Mar., 1909; Mora Montravers, ibid., Aug., Sept., 1909; A Round of Visits, ibid., Apr., May, 1910; Crapy Cornelia, Harpers, Oct., 1909; The Bench of Desolation, Putnams, Oct., 1909, to Jan., 1910.]
The Outcry. New York and London, 1911.
A Small Boy and Others. New York and London, 1913.
Notes of a Son and Brother. New York and London, 1914.
Notes on Novelists, With Some Other Notes. New York, London, 1914. [Robert Louis Stevenson, North American Review, Jan., 1900; Emile Zola, Atlantic, Aug., 1903; Gustave Flaubert, Introduction to translation of Madame Bovary in A Century of French Romance, 1902; Honoré de Balzac. Introduction to translation of Deux Jeunes Mariées, ibid; Honoré de Balzac, Times, Living Age, 9 Aug., 1913; George Sand, 1897. She and He: Recent Documents, Yellow Book, Jan., 1897; George Sand, 1899, North American Review, April, 1902; George Sand, 1914, Quarterly Review, April, 1914, Living Age, 13 June, 1914; Gabriele DAnnunzio, 1902, Quarterly Review, April, 1904; Matilde Serao, North American Review, March, 1901; Dumas The Younger, 1895, New Review, March, 1896; The Novel in The Ring and the Book, Quarterly Review, July, 1912, Living Age, 24 Aug., 1912; London Notes, Harpers Weekly, Feb., June, July and Aug., 1897.]
The Ivory Tower. London and New York, 1917.
The Sense of the Past. London and New York, 1917.
The Middle Years. London and New York, 1917.
Gabrielle de Bergerac. 1918. [Atlantic, July to Sept., 1869.] Travelling Companions. 1919. [7 stories originally published 186874.] A Landscape Painter. 1919. [4 stories originally published 186668.] Master Eustace. 1920. [5 stories originally published 186978.]
The Letters of Henry James. Selected and Edited by Percy Lubbick. London, New York, 1920. 2 vols.
IV. UNCOLLECTED CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS AND TO RECENT MAGAZINES
Walter Besant and Henry James. The Art of Fiction. Boston, 1885.
The Odd Number. Thirteen Tales by Guy De Maupassant. The Translation by Jonathan Sturges. An Introduction by Henry James. 1889. (Introduction, Harpers Weekly, 19 Oct., 1889.)
Daudet, Alphonse. Port Tarascon. The Last Adventures of The Illustrious Tartarin. Translated by Henry James
. 1891. [Translators Preface. Harpers, June to Nov., 1890.]
The Great Streets of the World. By Richard Harding Davis, W. W. Story, Andrew Lang, Henry James, Francisque Sarcey, Paul Lindau, Isabel F. Hapgood. New York, London, 1892. [The Grand Canal, Scribners, Nov., 1892.]
The Average Woman
. By Wolcott Balestier. With a Biographical Sketch. By Henry James. London, 1892. [Sketch, Cosmopolitan, May, 1892.]
Last Studies. By Hubert Crackanthorpe
An Appreciation by Henry James. London, 1897. [pp. xi-xxiii.]
Library of The Worlds Best LiteratureAncient and Modern. Charles Dudley Warner, Editor
. 30 vols. 1897. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Vol. XII; James Russell Lowell, Vol. XVI; Ivan Turgeneff, Vol. XXV.
Impressions. Pierre Loti. With an Introduction by Henry James. Westminster, 1898.
The Universal Anthology
. Edited by Richard Garnett
. Vol. XXVIII. London, New York, Paris, and Berlin, 1899. The Future of the Novel. pp. xiii-xxiv.
The Vicar of Wakefield. A Tale. By Oliver Goldsmith
. With an Introduction by Henry James. 1900.
The May Book. Compiled by Mrs. Aria. In Aid of Charing Cross Hospital. London, 1901. The Saints Afternoon, pp. 110.
The Novels and Stories of Iván Turgénieff. Memoirs of a Sportsman
. With an Introduction by Henry James. 1903.
American Literary Criticism. Selected and Edited
. By William Morton Payne. New York, London and Bombay, 1904. Sainte-Beuve, revised from article in North American Review, Jan., 1880.
The Speech of American Women. Harpers Bazaar, Nov., 1906 to Feb., 1907.
The Manners of American Women. Harpers Bazaar, Apr., July, 1907.
Is There a Life After Death? Harpers Bazaar, Jan. to Feb., 1910.
Art and the Actor. By Constant Coquelin; translated by Abby Langdon Alger; with an Introduction by Henry James. 1915.
Mr. and Mrs. James T. Fields. Atlantic, July, 1915.
Letters from America. By Rupert Brooke. With a Preface by Henry James. 1916.
Within the Rim. Fortnightly Review, Aug., Living Age, 8 Sept., Harpers, Dec., 1917.
V. BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM
Hapgood, Norman. Henry James. Literary Statesmen and Others. Chicago and New York, 1897.
Harkins, E. F. Henry James. Little Pilgrimages Among Men Who Have Written Famous Books. Boston, 1902.
Burton, Richard. Bjornson, Daudet, James: A Study in the Literary Time-Spirit. Boston, 1903.
Preston, Harriet W. The Latest Novels of Howells and James. Atlantic, Jan., 1903.
Howells, W. D. Mr. Henry Jamess Later Work. North American Review. Jan., 1903, and April, 1916.
Croly, Herbert. Henry James and His Countrymen. Lamp., Feb., 1904.
Cary, Elisabeth L. Henry James. Scribners, Oct., 1904.
The Novels of Henry James; A Study
With a Bibliography by Frederick A. King. New York and London, 1905.
Conrad, Joseph. Henry James: An Appreciation. North American Review, Jan., 1905, and April, 1916.
Elton, Oliver. The Novels of Mr. Henry James. Modern Studies. London, 1907.
Gill, W. A. Henry James and His Double. Atlantic, Oct., 1907.
Brownell, W. C. Henry James. American Prose Masters. 1909.
Fullerton, Morton. The Art of Henry James. Quarterly Review, April, 1910.
Lee, Vernon. The Handling of Words: Meredith, Henry James. English Review, June, 1910.
Gretton, M. S. Mr. Henry James and His Prefaces. Contemporary Review, Jan., 1912.
James, Henry. A Small Boy and Others. 1913.
Hueffer, Ford Madox. Henry James. A Critical Study. London, 1913.
Macy, John. Henry James. The Spirit of American Literature. 1913.
James, Henry. Notes of a Son and Brother. New York, London, 1914.
West, Rebecca. Henry James. 1916.
Phelps, William Lyon. Henry James. The Advance of the English Novel. 1916.
Canby, H. S. Henry James. Harpers Weekly, 25 Mar., 1916.
Randell, Wilfrid L. The Art of Mr. Henry James. Fortnightly Review, Apr., 1916.
Young, Filson. A Bundle of Violets. English Review, Apr., 1916.
The World of Henry James. Living Age, 22 April, 1916. [From The Times.]
Leach, Anna. Henry James: An Appreciation. Forum, May, 1916.
Walbrook, H. M. Henry James and the English Theatre. Nineteenth Century, July, 1916. Living Age, 19, Aug., 1916.
Lubbock, Percy. Henry James. Quarterly Review, July, 1916. Living Age, 16 Sept., 1916.
James, Henry. The Middle Years. London and New York, 1917.
Freeman, John. Henry James. Moderns; Essays in Literary Criticism. 1917.
Sherman, S. P. The Æsthetic Idealism of Henry James. On Contemporary Literature. 1917.
Wyatt, Edith. Henry James. Great Companions. 1917.
Bosanquet, Theodora. Henry James. Fortnightly Review, June, 1917.
Beach, J. W. The Method of Henry James. New Haven, 1918.
Follett, H. T. and W. Henry James. Some Modern Novelists; Appreciations and Estimates. 1918.
Hackett, Francis. Horizons; A Book of Criticism. 1918.
Gilman, Lawrence. Henry James in Reverie. North American Review, Jan 1918.